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Chelsey Rettmann, DC

Chelsey Rettmann, DC
803 E Bridge Street, Redwood Falls, MN 56283
Provides services in central and southwestern Minnesota. Here are some cities frequently traveled to but not limited to these: Alexandria, Willmar, Ortonville, Granite Falls, Redwood Falls, Montevideo, St. James, Madelia, New Ulm, Gaylord, Glencoe, and Hutchinson.
Chiropractic is a holistic approach to treating musculoskeletal problems as well as other health concerns. Just like people,... pets will benefit from pain relief, increased mobility and performance.Chiropractic involves gentle mobilization of the spinal joints and extremities to restore proper biomechanics and nervous system function in your pet. Whether it is you or your pet, chiropractic care may help to reduce pain and promote optimal function of the musculoskeletal system.


Dr. Chelsey started going to a Chiropractic when she was 16 after a serious car accident. She found great relief with the Chiropractic. Dr. Chelsey did not know what she wanted to pursue as degree in college but knew she wanted it animal based. She pursued a degree in Chiropractic knowing she wanted to eventually work on animals. While Dr. Chelsey was in school there family dachshund Harley developed "Dachshund syndrome" and could not use is hind quarters. The vet said it would be a very low chance if Harley would walk again. Harley was taken to an animal Chiropractor and with in 3 days after his first adjustment Harley was walking. This is the type of story that made Dr. Chelsey really pursue animal Chiropractic.


Dr. Chelsey is passionate about animals. She grew up on a 100 head dairy farm with horses, dogs, cats, and sheep. Dr. Chelsey has a great love for animals and making them feel better. She enjoys show horse and playing with her dogs. Dr. Chelsey volunteers with  the Minnesota 4-H and is a 4-H dog judge. She enjoys helping youth learn about animals.


Dr. Chelsey lives on a hobby farm in south central Minnesota with horses, dogs, a cat, beef cows, and chickens. If she is not out adjusting animals you will find her at a horse show or volunteering for the local 4-H group.